15-minute delayed options is a real-time feed of calls, puts, and trades from an options exchange like OPERA that has been delayed 15 minutes from the time the data was created. When you receive 15-minute delayed options, you are looking at data that was created a minimum of 15 minutes ago.
The newest addition to Intrinio’s product offering is the US Stock Prices API. This is our most requested data type so we are very excited to tell you about this data feed. We designed it specifically for fintech businesses that need to display stock prices in their web applications, terminals solutions, and research platforms. It is designed to save businesses money on exchange fees while also providing the US stock price data businesses need to satisfy their users.
Intrinio provides unusual options for the US market as a data feed via API. In this article you will learn what unusual options are, how Intrinio defines unusual options activity, how to access unusual options activty, and why you might want to get them from Intrinio.
Intrinio’s stock options API delivers options contracts for developers building sophisticated trading applications, investment platforms that need to display options data, and investment firms that need robust streaming options solutions.
Intrinio provides corporate actions data for companies around the world with the help of our partner, Exchange Data International. This article explains the corporate actions API, including important links to resources, what's included, how much this data feed costs, and how to access it via API.
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